About Me: Female, 69, Spokane, WA, member since May 2009
i am presently trying to find a doctor in the Eastern Washington area. When I call them they usually say they are full or cost $8,000 or some reason that makes it impossible. I was on 120 mg of methadone and detoxed myself down to 20 mg. which I am now on. It seems
[More] like 20-30 mg. is the cut off hell and want to die place. I only want about 30 8mg tablets or suboxone or subutex. The doctors and treatment programs have a scam on. They just want to take you from one drug to another. I would be willing to go to Seattle but not getting good responses there either. They are making a fortune with the latest suboxone. A nurse that works at a detox, $1,000.00 a day told me that the suboxone patients are the worst. He said they will beg for just a little piece of a pill. I laughed, it didn't seem possible. I have been a junkie all my life and i never heard of that. Usually we'e too sick to beg. Yeah, that must be it.
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